Posts Tagged ‘Mark Flood’

GALLERY WEEKEND April 27 – May 03

Tuesday, Apr. 28, 2015 IMAGE MOVEMENT Moves#86 – REDMOND ENTWISTLE, TATIA SHABURISHVILI Screenings, Talk: Tuesday, Apr. 28; 8:30pm Wilsnacker Straße 60 (click here for map) KINDERHOOK & CARACAS “Dark Monologue” – DAFNA MAIMON Performance: Tuesday, Apr. 28; 8pm Kreuzbergstraße 42e (click here for map) Wednesday, Apr. 29, 2015 GALERIE SANDRA BÜRGEL QUIRIN BÄUMLER Exhibition: Apr.… Read more »


THE WEEK March 16 – 22

Tuesday, Mar. 17, 2015 °CLAIR GALLERY “On the Move” – GROUP SHOW Exhibition: Mar. 17 – May 16, 2015 The German Association of Automobile Industry, Behrenstrasse 35 (click here for map) Wednesday, Mar. 18, 2015 GALERIE THOMAS SCHULTE “The painting fallen, and the collapse of Rome” – DANILO DUEÑAS Exhibition: Mar. 19 – Apr. 25,… Read more »


Off-Spaces in the based in Berlin Summer Camp

Article by Katharina Galla // June 25, 2011
What do off-spaces have to do with the debate on whether Berlin needs a Kunsthalle? A lot. In Berlin, the non-commercial, non-publicly funded exhibition spaces for art, are plentiful[read on]


AUTOCENTER: 10th Anniversary

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Blog entry and photos by Jeni Fulton – in Berlin; Tuesday, May 31, 2011.

The owners run the space in their spare time, and have succeeded in creating a platform for curatorial and artistic experimentation over the last ten years. Autocenter’s shows change frequently and showcase a wide variety of works. These have included seven metre murals painted onsite (Saus Braus, Tatjana Doll, 2002) and bus-ride performances: the artist Daniel Seiple charted a coach, and instructed the driver to navigate a series of points in the courtyard of the gallery, picking up bemused passengers at a single stop.

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Breaking Windows & During Office Hours

Berlin Art Link feature exhibition Feinkost Gallery

Article by Ester Ippolito in Berlin // Oct. 22, 2010
Most of us walk around with a little bit of interior chaos that we suppress during day-to-day life. Due largely to social norms of expected behaviours maintained in ‘civilized society’, we keep certain things in[read on]